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Bare Knuckle Selling is going to help you to do just that! So why write a book entitled Bare Knuckle Selling? Bare knuckle fighters have to strip down ...

Author: Simon Hazeldine

Publisher: Cabal Group Limited

ISBN: 9781905430055

Category: Business & Economics

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Written by a sales veteran with a track record spanning millions of dollars in sealed deals, this book blends the best psychological, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), and classical persuasion techniques with a street-wise, gritty success system based on the author's own hard experience.
2005-09-01 By Simon Hazeldine

The Bare Knuckle Negotiation Bootcamp: 2 day open programme that will give you the winning edge • Advanced Selling Workshop: 2 day open programme on the ...

Author: Simon Hazeldine

Publisher: Cabal Group Limited

ISBN: 9781905430147

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 107

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Written by a veteran salesman and negotiator with a track record spanning millions of pounds in sealed deals, this book draws on the most advanced techniques used today by elite negotiators and professional influencers.
2006-04 By Simon Hazeldine

With this in mind 'Bare Knuckle' persuasion expert Simon Hazeldine has joined forces with savvy customer service veteran Chris Norton to show you how to ...

Author: Simon Hazeldine

Publisher: Cabal Group Limited

ISBN: 9781905430352

Category: Customer services

Page: 176

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Drawing on their own hard-won experience and modeling the best customer service principles today, Hazeldine and Norton strip customer service back to the bone to reveal the essential tools necessary to become customers' true champions.
2008-08-01 By Simon Hazeldine

Praise. for. Bare. KnucKle. PeoPle. ManageMent. “Coaching a professional basketball team is not different from managing a team of corporate employees.

Author: Sean O'Neil

Publisher: BenBella Books

ISBN: 9781935618485

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

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One of the biggest challenges for new managers is how to get the best out of each of their team members so they achieve superior results--and make you, the new manager, look good! In Bare Knuckle People Management authors Sean O'Neil and John Kulisek cut through the crap to show managers how to push their teams to success, not by following fluffy leadership training but by using the skills that got them promoted in the first place. Forget kumbayas or one-minute managing. The best people managers know that approaches that work great with one employee will be lost on the next. With the same irreverent and straightforward style they use in their management training workshops, O'Neil and Kulisek describe the 16 basic worker types you must learn to recognize, from The Badass to The Burnout, and how to customize your leadership style for each type. The authors encourage the readers to take pieces of what works from each of the sections and they also remind them to follow the gut instinct that got them to their new management position in the first place. Written in short, easily digestible sections, and both entertaining and insightful throughout, Bare Knuckle People Management is perfect for any manager pressed for time and in need of some straightforward advice.
2011 By Sean O'Neil

... was a terrific negotiator but she never could walk away from anything . " 4 ESTABLISHING CREDIBILITY E ven with the new no - BARE - KNUCKLE NEGOTIATION.

Author: Raoul Felder

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471463337

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 239

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A negotiation reference by a famous divorce attorney shares dramatic first-person narratives and anecdotes while providing strategies on effective negotiation practices.
2004-01-05 By Raoul Felder

world of race meetings for nearly a century, ended after 1875, when police arrested two bare-knuckle boxers and, in conjunction with the Jockey Club, ...

Author: Adam Chill

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476663302

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 237

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Boxing was phenomenally popular in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Britain. Some of the leading men of the kingdom attended matches and patronized boxers and the most important fights attracted tens of thousands of spectators. Supporters of the sport claimed that it showcased a timeless and authentic idea of English manhood, a rock of stability in changing times. Yet, many of the best fighters of the era were Irish, Jewish, and black. This book shows how boxers, journalists, politicians, publicans, and others used national, ethnic, religious, and racial identities to promote boxing. Even as many of them championed the sport's pure English pedigree, Irish, Jewish, and black boxers claimed a prominent place for themselves. They used symbols, words, and deeds to cultivate a following in their own communities, who often gave their strong support in return. Far from the unblemished Englishness that some supporters imagined, then, boxing put the diversity of eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain on display.
2017-08-29 By Adam Chill

SUEDE? BBB? “ a This bird's not for _ caging ' 0 . J l I ' BEBE KZUQJGUZEB DUUSE'J Copyright Bare Knuckle Bitch Copyright © 2013 by Marcus Blakeston.

Author: Marcus Blakeston

Publisher: RetroACTIVE

ISBN: 9781481804554

Category: Fiction

Page: 102

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This ain't no Chick-Lit!Best friends Abby and Shaz like nothing more than sticking the boot into some mug after a night out on the piss. That look of sheer terror on the bloke's face when he first realises what's coming his way. The way he begs for mercy right up until the moment he loses consciousness. It's the best buzz ever. The money in their wallets is just a bonus, a means to an end. Men are just walking pricks with money there for the taking. Treat them as anything else and they'll walk all over you. At least that's what Abby used to think, until she met the skinhead. He taught her men aren't all the same, and showed her a different way to live. A way to make some serious money from doing what she loves best – hurting people. There's just one problem – what will Shaz have to say about all this when Abby starts spending more and more time with the skinhead instead of her?
2012-12-20 By Marcus Blakeston

Sullivan was probably tired of having matches interrupted by the police, for by this time Queensberry rules indicated a “glove contest,” and bare knuckles ...

Author: Barney Blalock

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781626199934

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 160

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In 1884, London's prizefighting craze spread to Portland. Since the fights were illegal throughout the States, matches were fought in inconspicuous venues away from unwanted spectators. A winner could be hanged if the loser died. Champions like Dave Campbell, Jack "Nonpareil" Dempsey and "Mysterious" Billy Smith were just a few contenders for the brutal, nearly forgotten sport. Join author Barney Blalock as he reveals the remarkable stories of Oregon's bare-knuckle champions.
2015 By Barney Blalock

LENNYMCLEAN witHotho CONVERSITIONSWITH THE BARE KNUCKLE FIGHTINGLEGEND THE GUV'NOR IN HIS OWN WORDS CONVERSATIONS WITH THE BARE. Front Cover.

Author: Peter Gerrard

Publisher: Kings Road Publishing

ISBN: 9781786068248

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

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Born in East London in 1949, Lenny McLean grew up in an area that had been ravaged by the Second World War. Although money was scarce and fighting was commonplace, a camaraderie and deep sense of honour and respect remained. A victim of violent abuse at the hands of his stepfather, Lenny spent much of his teenage life in borstal as he began to follow a life of crime. However, it was his ability as a fighter that was to turn his life around. Lenny McLean inspired fear in many, but respect from all, as he became a bare-knuckle fighting legend. His fame became even greater in later life, appearing in Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels just as his autobiography was reaching the top of the bestsellers chart. Lenny's untimely death from cancer in 1998 marked the beginning of the end of the old Cockney way of life and interest in his story has only increased since his passing, inspiring documentaries as well as a feature film, My Name is Lenny. In these unedited conversations between Lenny and his 'book man' Peter Gerrard, featuring many anecdotes that did not appear in The Guv'nor, we get to see the man behind the public image. As he looks back on his life, these transcripts reveal Lenny's humour and charm as well as the volatility that made him one of the most notorious figures ever to emerge from the East End.
2017-07-27 By Peter Gerrard

BARE - KNUCKLE LOVER THIS is the tale of a bare - knuckle prize - fighter , who was a coachman and fell in love with a high - born lady .

Author: Louis Golding

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112051844055

Category: Boxing

Page: 231

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1954 By Louis Golding

" Phil Clarke, CEO Designate, Tesco "Graham's approach is ruthlessly robust and utterly practical. This book is the next best thing to seeing him in person, and much less of a strain on your budget.

Author: Graham G. Davies

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780857081445

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 280

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You probably hate giving presentations. You probably hate listening to them too. Why? Because most business presentations are too long, too detailed, too boring...and submerged under a blizzard of PowerPoint. But the single most important presentational tool known to man isn't a slideshow. It's you. Whether you're speaking to one person across a table, 20 people in a boardroom or 1,000 people in a ballroom, it's all about the words you say and how you say them. The Presentation Coach shows you how to use what you've already got to give you clarity, confidence and impact in every speaking challenge you will ever face. You'll learn the unique Bare Knuckle 5-step process to effective presenting, and how to apply it to all business speaking, from large-scale presentations to one-to-one client meetings. Graham Davies has been coaching high-profile individuals from the worlds of business, politics and entertainment in exactly these techniques for the past 25 years. Now it's your turn. Praise for The Presentation Coach "Graham Davies is a brilliantly funny speaker who knows how to inspire and enthuse anyone who sees presenting as a bore, a burden or a source of terror." Nick Robinson, Political Editor, BBC "This book really captures Graham's intense and robust sense of coaching. Just like the author, it is amusing, punchy and really comforting to have access to in all presentation situations." Michel Combes, CEO,Vodafone Europe "Required reading for anyone who wants their presentations to enthuse rather than euthanize their audience." Tim Curtis, MD, Northern Europe, Land's End "Graham is a highly effective presentation coach. He is always honest and gets straight to the point. His book is just as direct and entertaining as he is in person." Nick Jeffery, CEO, Vodafone Global Enterprise "I don't know anyone who could wear the label 'the presentation coach' more confidently than Graham." Daniel Finkelstein, Executive Editor, The Times "I use Graham's system strictly and religiously in every speech. In fact on almost every important occasion when I need to get a message across.... You will never regret buying and using this book." George Clarke, MD, Heidelberg UK "Graham helped me develop my very own presentation style, true to myself, with high impact and focused very much on the audience." Phil Clarke, CEO Designate, Tesco "Graham's approach is ruthlessly robust and utterly practical. This book is the next best thing to seeing him in person, and much less of a strain on your budget." Matthew Wilson, CEO Brit Global Markets "...Davies's compelling book illuminates all the pitfalls and provides a simple guide to allowing personality into presentations - radical stuff indeed!" Andy Street, MD, John Lewis "Whether you are a Prime Minister, chief executive or anyone else who needs make an impact, then you must read this challenging and innovative book by Graham Davies." Neil Sherlock, Partner, Public Affairs, KPMG "...I wish Graham had written it 20 years ago..." Richard Klein, MD, Bank of America Merrill Lynch "Never again will you commit the crime of Death by Bullet-Point." Penny Philpot, Group Vice President, Worldwide Partner Services, Oracle "Graham Davis is a talented gagmeister who shows that the best way of exposing a bad argument is with a good joke." Boris Johnson, Mayor of London "Reading his book will spur you on to win your own presentational race." Richard Dunwoody, twice winner of the Grand National "Graham completely reframed my approach to presenting. His approach works!" Otto Thoresen, CEO, Aegon UK "A process that you can use no matter what the situation. I heart
2011-10-20 By Graham G. Davies

A history of bare-knuckle prize-fighting and its champions traces its origins, its heydey in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and the development of the Marquess of Queensbury Rules that saw the end of the sport.

Author: Bob Mee

Publisher: Overlook Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110191884

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 241

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A history of bare-knuckle prize-fighting and its champions traces its origins, its heydey in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and the development of the Marquess of Queensbury Rules that saw the end of the sport.
2001-05-21 By Bob Mee

This is the story of a gypsy man, Jimmy Stockin, born into a world where fighting is first nature.

Author: Jimmy Stockin

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781780573892

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 208

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Everyone is familiar with the gypsy race but few outside their close-knit and ancient community really know what being a gypsy is about -how they live and how they think. This is the story of a gypsy man, Jimmy Stockin, born into a world where fighting is first nature. Whilst football maybe the chosen sport for most British males, bare-knuckle fighting is a passion among gypsies both as participants and spectators. Jimmy was born into fighting family. His father and grand-father before him 'trod the cobbles' and young Jimmy was being put up against other boys on gypsy camps from the age of five. He took on bare knuckle challenges from wherever they came. Before long Jimmy was widely recognised as the champion of the bare-knuckle fighters. On the Cobbles is a rare insight into a community under threat - a community that treasures tradition - and a man who had little choice in becoming a fighter but was nevertheless determined to be the best. Shocking and sad, humourous and brutal, this story opens the door to a different world. The world of a gypsy warrior.
2011-11-18 By Jimmy Stockin

Boxing was phenomenally popular in 18th and 19th century Britain.

Author: Adam Chill

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476630281

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 248

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 Boxing was phenomenally popular in 18th and 19th century Britain. Aristocrats attended matches and patronized boxers, and the most important fights drew tens of thousands of spectators. Promoters of the sport claimed that it showcased the timeless and authentic ideal of English manhood—a rock of stability in changing times. Yet many of the best fighters of the era were Irish, Jewish or black. This history focuses on how boxers, journalists, politicians, pub owners and others used national, religious and racial identities to promote pugilism and its pure English pedigree, even as ethnic minorities won distinction in the sport, putting the diversity of the Empire on display.
2017-08-11 By Adam Chill

In Bare Knuckle People Management authors Sean O'Neil and John Kulisek cut through the crap to show managers how to push their teams to success, not by following fluffy leadership training but by using the skills that got them promoted in ...

Author: Sean O'Neil

Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781935618805

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

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One of the biggest challenges for new managers is how to get the best out of each of their team members so they achieve superior results—and make you, the new manager, look good! In Bare Knuckle People Management authors Sean O'Neil and John Kulisek cut through the crap to show managers how to push their teams to success, not by following fluffy leadership training but by using the skills that got them promoted in the first place. Forget kumbayas or one-minute managing. The best people managers know that approaches that work great with one employee will be lost on the next. With the same irreverent and straightforward style they use in their management training workshops, O'Neil and Kulisek describe the 16 basic worker types you must learn to recognize, from The Badass to The Burnout, and how to customize your leadership style for each type. The authors encourage the readers to take pieces of what works from each of the sections and they also remind them to follow the gut instinct that got them to their new management position in the first place. Written in short, easily digestible sections, and both entertaining and insightful throughout, Bare Knuckle People Management is perfect for any manager pressed for time and in need of some straightforward advice.
2011-05-03 By Sean O'Neil

The Boxer, a quiet man with a history of losing fights, comes to Mickey McDonnell begging for a fight, but the only thing he can offer the failed pugilist is an impossible match with Bruiser, an unbeaten brute twice the boxer's size, and if ...

Author: Shaun Swedenburg

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798657312607

Category:

Page: 80

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The Boxer, a quiet man with a history of losing fights, comes to Mickey McDonnell begging for a fight, but the only thing he can offer the failed pugilist is an impossible match with Bruiser, an unbeaten brute twice the boxer's size, and if he loses he owes Mickey twenty fights as payback.
2020-06-27 By Shaun Swedenburg

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Author: Source Wikipedia

Publisher: University-Press.org

ISBN: 123064766X

Category:

Page: 94

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 92. Chapters: Bare-knuckle boxers, Victor McLaglen, James Burke, Kimbo Slice, Simon Byrne, Dan Donnelly, Charles Bronson, Isaac Perrins, William Thompson, Lenny McLean, Bob Fitzsimmons, James J. Corbett, Roy Shaw, Tom Sayers, John L. Sullivan, London Prize Ring Rules, John Morrissey, William Poole, John C. Heenan, John Mahan, Jim Hall, Kid McCoy, Mike Farragher, Daniel Mendoza, George Gardiner, Tom Spring, Sam Collyer, Country McCleester, Jem Ward, Jack Broughton, Jacob Hyer, Tom Molineaux, Ben Caunt, Jem Mace, Peter Jackson, List of bare-knuckle boxers, Tom Sharkey, Yankee Sullivan, Thomas King, Benjamin Brain, Joe Choynski, Paddy Ryan, Bartley Gorman, John Gully, Tom Cribb, Bob Brettle, Young Barney Aaron, Charley Burley, Jake Kilrain, Joe Goss, Viro Small, Jack McAuliffe, Tom Paddock, Bill Richmond, Tom Hyer, Tommy Ryan, George Godfrey, Owney Geoghegan, Jem Belcher, Jonny Walker, Nicholas Ward, Nat Langham, Arthur Chambers, Dominick McCaffrey, Paddington Tom Jones, Caleb Baldwin, Johnny Broome, Peter Maher, Alexander McKay, List of bare-knuckle lightweight champions, James Leak, Mike Cleary, Professor Mike Donovan, Tom Jackling, Johnny Moneghan, Johnny Waldron, Jimmy Elliott, John Clark, Bill Brennan, Billy Edwards, Joe Coburn, Dutch Sam, Tom Allen, Jack Randall, John Jackson, Jack McManus, Young Dutch Sam, Nick Burley, Jem Smith, Dick Curtis, James Figg, Don Adams, Harry Woodson, Hen Pearce, Jimmy Spinks, R v Coney, William Perry, Mike McCoole, Cliff Field, Musangwe, Bill Brassey. Excerpt: Kevin Ferguson (born February 8, 1974), better known as Kimbo Slice, is a Bahamian-American boxer, former mixed martial artist and occasional actor. He became famous for street fights which were spread on the Internet, leading Rolling Stone to call him "The King of the Web Brawlers." Slice left the underground fighting scene and signed a...
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He took it to the House Republican leadership and lost . The only vote against me was his . “ I surrender , ” he told me afterwards . 204 MS BARE KNUCKLES ...

Author: Ed Rollins

Publisher: Broadway

ISBN: 0553067249

Category: Political Science

Page: 386

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The former boxer-turned-political consultant offers a journey inside the world of Washington politics
1996 By Ed Rollins

Author: Jeff Herzog

Publisher:

ISBN: 0615950558

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2014-01-06 By Jeff Herzog

The bare-knuckle boxing era ended in the early 20th century, when gloves were introduced, stricter rules implemented and oversight organizations formed. This book is devoted to reviving this practical combative art.

Author: David Lindholm

Publisher: Paladin Press

ISBN: 1581607008

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 136

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The fighters of the great bare-knuckle boxing era were tough men and skilled combatants. They had to be to endure brutal brawls that could last for hours, testing the skills and guts of both participants. In this fascinating tutorial on this poorly understood combative art, martial artists David Lindholm and Ulf Karlsson Tada extract the practical material from historical bare-knuckle boxing and show how it can be applied in modern self-defense. Lindholm and Tada have analyzed the surviving texts and illustrations of the masters of bare-knuckle boxing and organized what they've discovered into a complete program for training, conditioning and applying these skills in a real confrontation. In doing so, they show how bare knuckle is an ideal system for real-world self-defense. It contains strikes, throws, parries and a few basic kicks, so it is simple to learn. The techniques are remarkably powerful, which means you get a good payoff for each shot you land. It works regardless of the clothes you wear, the surface you stand on, the space you will fight in or how many attackers you meet. Bare knuckle is also easy to practice alone or with partners, because you need minimal space and equipment to train and enjoy its benefits. The bare-knuckle boxing era ended in the early 20th century, when gloves were introduced, stricter rules implemented and oversight organizations formed. This book is devoted to reviving this practical combative art.
2009-04-01 By David Lindholm

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